There is no wrong way to draw or study art. There are tons of tutorials out there and this is just another one that someone may or may not find useful, or relatable.
Yes, but you need the focus for your personal target and strict follow it. Else you lose your skill for drawing this. In my case, I lose the focus of doing art or find a way to draw something. I still like to draw something, but I don't know what I want to draw or how it should look. Because there is no longer a perspective for me how I could handle it or kind of view to the topic of art. Reason is so well known, you have seen the possibility of the other artist, the technique is so much complicated or the imagination vs your best practice doesn't fit what it is really frustrate.
On the other hand, you go to relax while you draw something. You are always at the mercy of a fiction by them own 'cause the expectation itself is a kind of personal fiction / imagination. This's the reason why so many people going into a frustration or build their own reality. They can't accept that their own mind is a prank on them. The only way is simply to approach the topic of art in a relaxed and humorous way, because with more serious and goal-oriented thoughts you quickly embark on an odyssey which it could be endless.
I get so tired of seeing artists, regardless of their accomplishments, devaluing their own effort and feeling miserable for it.
I would not say my work is good - I don't think anybody with any degree of self-criticism, regardless of actual skill level, would say their work is simply "good" without addendum. But I must concede that it is sufficient for most things I want to do and enjoy, and that the raw grinding spent breaking down and understanding things I do not enjoy as much has been and will remain time well spent. Anything else would just be dishonest.
At least on my part, that was a struggle to admit. It feels very good seeing others get a push in the right direction.
Well done, and thank you for sharing.